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Nov 01, 2017
Commercial and personal use of drones could be legalized in India after government issues draft regulationsUnder the rules issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) drones have been classified into five categories based on maximum take-off weight
Apr 06, 2017
Ravindra Gaikwad Air India row: Let the episode be a catalyst for aviation industry reformShould Ravindra Gaikwad be allowed to fly again ever within the country, given his unmanageable temper and larger than life image of himself?
Dec 27, 2016
Air safety incidents at Delhi and Goa: Is it 'human' factor or shortage of staff at ATC?Data from DGCA shows that air safety incidents, which prompted regulatory action, reached 280 this year till August, beating the 275 all of last year
May 04, 2016
Enough mudslinging and whipping, we do complain too much about Air IndiaEnough of the mudslinging and the whipping. Air India’s current efforts to make a comeback need to be lauded.
Nov 03, 2015
Aviation policy will make Indian skies more vibrant: Gajapathi RajuCivil aviation minister also didn't rule out privatisation of Air India
Apr 27, 2015
Did Swamy's allegations compel minister Sharma to admit open offer waiver for SpiceJet deal?Perhaps Swamy's continued threats may also compel him to reveal the price at which the Marans sold out
Apr 07, 2015
Freed from frisking, Gajapathi Raju admits carrying matchboxes in aircraftThe minister's comment comes against the backdrop of rising concerns about aviation security in the country.
Jan 13, 2015
Kamlesh Auto buys 35 lakh SpiceJet shares worth Rs 6 crIn beleaguered SpiceJet hitherto unknown Kamlesh Auto Pvt Ltd has purchased shares worth over Rs 6.3 crore through a bulk deal.
Jan 12, 2015
SpiceJet fails to submit a revival plan yet againBeleaguered airline SpiceJet has yet again failed to submit a comprehensive revival plan to the civil aviation ministry, even as its dues towards the Airports Authority of India (AAI) mounted to Rs 200 crore, sources told CNBC-TV18.
Dec 30, 2014
SpiceJet will have to solve its financial trouble on its own, says Gajapathi RajuArray